From 1 to 2,500 horsepower, Lube-Tech’s engine dynamometers are state-of-the-art and can operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week to quickly validate and certify fluids.
Lube-Tech’s experienced engine testers can operate any type of engine necessary in the process of validating fluids, which ensures all of your needs are covered.
Certified Ratings Council (CRC) is an accepted engine rating method that uses a set of standards to analyze such things as piston deposits and parts wear. CRC engine ratings are strict and there are only a handful of CRC-certified people in the country. Lube-Tech has one certified engineer to ensure the highest standards.
Lube-Tech has full, in-house JASO FD testing and certification abilities. JASO FD is the highest JASO certification and testing requires special equipment such as a smoke meter and lubricity and detergent measurements.
Lube-Tech's Test Tech have the ability to test in-house all accepted industry standards including:
The American Petroleum Institute represents all aspects of America’s oil and natural gas industry. They provide blend standards for automotive and light truck engine oils. Lube-Tech Custom Brands is part of API’s Engine Oil Licensing and Certification System and uses the API “donut” on its labeling.
The Japanese Engine Oil Standards Implementation Panel determines oil standards for 2-stroke and 4-stroke engines on a global scale. In North America JASO is relevant mostly to 2-stroke and 4-stroke motorcycles. Lube-Tech Custom Brands blends to current JASO standards including JASO MA, MB, and FD.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association works with industry leaders to develop oil standards for both 2-cycle and 4-cycle marine engines. The NMMA also works with industry leaders to develop testing standards and criteria to validate engine oils for use in marine applications. Oils that are tested and proven to meet NMMA requirements receive a license for the formula from the NMMA.
The International Lubricants Standardization and Approval Committee was formed in 1992 and consists of representative of Daimler Chrysler Corporation, Ford Motor Company, General Motors and the Japanese Automobile Manufacturers Association. They work to define the need, parameters, licensing and administration of lubricant specifications. As a result, they formed the EOLCS (Engine Oil Licensing Certification System.)
The American Gear Manufacturers Association is a voluntary association of companies that was developed to set standards for the design, manufacture and application of gears and related components including lubricants.
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